Mark Meier, MD
- Drexel Town Square Health Center
- 7901 S. 6th Street
- Oak Creek, WI 53154
Drexel Town Square Health Center
The pillars of success in medicine are threefold: 1. Availability 2. Affability 3. Ability.
I must be available to my patients, and my schedule allows for that; but in addition, patients have access to my personal cell number and email to reach me at any time. Affability/Kindness is easy. Being nice to people and respectful is so important, from my front desk/receptionists to my medical assistants to me.
Ability has to do with training and acquired knowledge: I have had a strong academic education at The University of Chicago for both College and Medical School, and my 30+ years of work in Family Medicine makes me well-equipped. As all physicians do, I help patients in The Prevention of Illness, The Detection or Diagnosis of Illness, and of course The Proper Treatment of Illness. Getting to know my patients and their families on a personal level is very important in order work as partners in the management of their healthcare.
Diseases and Conditions
Treatments and Services
- Injection Treatments
- Adult Preventative Medicine
- Adolescent Medicine
- Minor Procedures
Patients Ages Seen
- Family Medicine
I am a Wisconsin native, married to my high-school sweetheart, with 5 children and many grandchildren. I enjoy most, the time spent with my family, as well as both summer and winter sports; often with family as well.
I am looking forward to working with my son Evan, who finished his training in Family Medicine in 2018.
And NO, I will not be retiring soon!!
Education and Training
Doctor of Medicine - University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine - Chicago, IL (1984)
Residency in Family Practice - St. Luke's Medical Center - Milwaukee, WI (1984-1987)